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Moldova, republic in southeastern Europe, bordered on the north, east, and south by Ukraine and on the west by Romania.
The terrain of Moldova is primarily a hilly plain interspersed with deep river valleys.
Moldova ratified a new constitution in 1994 to replace the one of the Soviet period.
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 Moldova   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The Republic of Moldova is a landlocked country in eastern Europe located between Romania to the west and Ukraine to the east.
The largest party in the parliament is the Communist Party of Moldova (Partidul Comuniştilor din Moldova or PCM) which also supplies the president.
Moldova is divided into 32 Rayons judeţe 3 municipalities (Chişinău Bălţi and Bender) two semi-autonomous regions (Gagausia) and the region of Transnistria whose status is still disputed.
www.freeglossary.com /Moldova   (1112 words)

 MINELRES: Declaration Against the Planned Federalization of Moldova
It is not legitimate to argue that the electoral victory of the Communist Party of the Republic of Moldova in February 2001 in some sense justifies the federalization of the Republic of Moldova.
The Republic of Moldova is the common and indivisible motherland of all her citizens." Any federalization plan may be implemented only after a revision of the constitution of the Republic of Moldova.
These parties and their predecessors (the Liberal Party has been created through the merger of a number of parties) have obtained 22.50% of the votes in the parliamentary elections of 2001 (see http://www.ifes.md/elections/electionresults/2001parliamentary/ in English and http://www.ifes.md/ro/elections/electionresults/2001parliamentary/ in Romania).
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 Moldova Azi
The party of those displeased with the power cannot be called an opposition party to the Communists, because among the members of the Communist Party the discontent with the top of the Party is growing.
A former member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Republic of Moldova and a former Communist MP Vasile Neicovcen is creating a Gagauz branch of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union in Comrat.
It is a false road for the Communist Party of the Republic of Moldova, a blind alley.
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 Moldova - The Republic of Moldova   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Moldova broke away from the USSR as an independent nation in 1991 and adopted a constitution in 1994.
Moldova generates a considerable trade deficit: While exporting wine and foodstuffs, Moldova is deficient in natural resources so it has to import oil, coal, steel, machinery and equipment.
Moldova’s GDP is a mere $2.6 million.† It receives assistance from and has a tumultuous relationship with the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.
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 Chairman of the Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova
Chairman of the Party of Communists of the Republic of Moldova
In March 1998 he is elected as deputy in the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova of XIVth legislature, member in the Permanent Bureau of the Parliament, president of the parliamentary fraction of the CPRM.
In February 2001 is elected deputy in the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova of XVth legislature.
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 Moldova (08/06)
In 1940, Romania was forced to cede Bessarabia to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (U.S.S.R.), which established the Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic by merging the autonomous republic east of the Dniester and the annexed Bessarabian portion.
In March 2005 parliamentary elections, the Communist Party received 46.1% of the vote, or 56 seats in the 101-member Parliament--more than enough for the 51-vote minimum required to form a government, but short of the 61 votes necessary to elect a president.
Moldova's Parliament approved the country's membership in the Commonwealth of Independent States and a CIS charter on economic union in April 1994.
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 Communist party - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In the case of the Communist Party of China (CPC), the adoption of a so-called "socialist market economy" formally known as "socialism with Chinese characteristics" has led many communists and communist parties worldwide to argue that it has either partially or completely abandoned communism for capitalism and market society.
Initially the communist party in this country followed a strictly Maoist ideology; The Communist Party of Vietnam's adoption of doi moi has led to similar allegations from critics, as have recent Communist Party of Cuba policies dating from during and after the Special Period of the 1990s.
The ruling Communist Party of Moldova also declared adherence to a "social state" after the 2005 elections, as opposed to the socialism and communism which had been declared primary goals in the party's program.
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 Moldova - Gurupedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
When the Soviet Union collapsed in August 1991, Moldova declared its independence, becoming a member of the post-Soviet Commonwealth of Independent States, that December, along with most of the former Soviet republics.
Communist Party of Moldova (Partidul Comuniştilor din Moldova, or PCM), which also supplies the current president.
Moldova enjoys a favourable climate and good farmland but has no major mineral deposits.
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 Government of Moldova
In March 2005 parliamentary elections, the Communist Party received 46.1% of the vote, or 56 seats in the 101-member Parliament -- more than enough for the 51-vote minimum required to form a government, but short of the 61 votes necessary to elect a president.
In May 2003, Ukraine and Moldova reached an agreement under which Ukraine would no longer recognize Moldova's obsolete customs stamps, which were still being used by the Transnistrians; in reality, however, the Moldovans exercise little control over their border with Ukraine and illegal trade remains an issue in the region.
Moldova's embassy in the United States is at 2101 S Street NW, Washington, DC 20008 (tel: 202-667-1130; fax 202-667-1204).
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 Engineer Vladimir Voronin - President of Moldova   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
On April 4, 2001, the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova elected Vladimir Voronin, the leader of the Communist Party of Moldova (CPM), President of the Republic.
Education: the Technical Cooperatist Secondary School in Chisinau, the Institute of Food Industry of Moldova, the Academy of Social Science under the Central Committee (CC) of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, The Academy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of USSR.
Political activity: First secretary of the Communist Party of the Republic of Moldova (CPRM), chairperson of the CPRM parliamentary faction.
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The national flag of the Republic of Moldova - the tricolour - is a rectangular panel consisting of three equal, vertical stripes arranged in the following sequence from the pole: dark-blue (azure), yellow and red.
In the centre (of the flag) on the yellow stripe is placed the state coat of arms of the Republic of Moldova.
The three parts of the eagle's tail represent three part of the Republic of Moldova: Gagauzia (or Gagauz Eri as it calls itself) in the south, the central region as the biggest part, and the breakaway Dniestr region (Transnistria in Romanian or Pridnestrov'e in Russian).
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 Communist Party of Britain - for peace and socialism
The Young Communist League is the youth wing of the Communist Party of Britain and member of the World Federation of Democratic Youth (WFDY).
Czech Republic - Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia
Britain's communists are proposing a left wing programme for consideration by the labour and progressive movements.
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 Europe and Central Asia 2001
Government pressure on the Moldovan media increased in 2001 after the Communist Party won a majority in the February parliamentary elections.
The government claimed the amendment would reduce foreign interference in Moldova's internal affairs, but with the country sliding deeper into poverty, the legislation is more likely to put a financial strain on opposition and independent publications, which are not state subsidized.
Correspondent Yelkov, cameraman Azmanov, and their driver were with the secretary of the Socialist Party of the Republic of Moldova, Valentin Krylov, whom they intended to interview, when they were taken into custody.
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 Index of Economic Freedom 2006 - Moldova
One of Europe's poorest nations, the Republic of Moldova has resisted pursuing the types of reforms that have vastly improved the economies of some of its Eastern European neighbors.
The Communist Party retained political control after winning the March 2005 parliamentary elections and re-elected its leader, Vladimir Voronin, as president in collaboration with the opposition.
Moldova has two legal monthly minimum wages: one wage for state employees and another, higher wage for the private sector.
www.heritage.org /research/features/index/country.cfm?id=Moldova   (978 words)

 Facts About Moldova
Formerly part of Romania, Moldova was incorporated into the Soviet Union at the close of World War II.
The poorest nation in Europe, Moldova became the first former Soviet state to elect a Communist as its president in 2001.
Moldova remains one of the poorest countries in Europe despite recent progress from its small economic base.
worldfacts.us /Moldova.htm   (640 words)

 CER | Moldova votes for Communism
Between 1980 and 1990, Voronin was a deputy in the Supreme Soviet of the Moldova Socialist Soviet Republic (MSSR).
The Communist return to power may take some privatised companies back to state ownership, but unless there is a crackdown on fraudulent companies, tax evaders and false privatisation, money that would be essential to securing economic stability will continue to be diverted into the hands of a few.
With mounting concerns over the future of Moldova, and mixed signals coming from the new Communist leadership, Europe and the major international funding bodies are biding their time to see which direction Moldova will take.
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 From sunshine to Moldova
Moldova, which endured a half-century of totalitarian rule as part of the Soviet Union until it emerged as the independent Republic of Moldova in 1991, has returned to its communist past.
Moldova's economy, which was highly dependent on the rest of the Soviet Union for energy and raw materials, took a huge hit when the USSR disintegrated 15 years ago and has yet to fully recover.
Although Moldova isn't known as a tourist destination, there are some interesting things to see here - ancient monasteries and some of the best wineries in Eastern Europe.
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 Socialism with Unclear Characteristics: The Moldovan Communists in Government Demokratizatsiya - Find Articles
On closer inspection, the party's profile appears far more enigmatic; far from turning East, on several occasions President Voronin has declared European integration the primary aim of Moldova's foreign policy and initiated a federalization project that has had the support of the Organization for security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) and the U.S. State Department.
The party is far more pragmatic than prevailing views contend, yet its transformation into a post-Soviet democratic party remains incomplete, and in government it has provided a stern test of Moldova's fragile post-Soviet pluralism.
The party unapologetically claims that it is the heir to the ideas and traditions of the Soviet-era Communist Party of Moldavia (KPM) and remains a member of the umbrella post-Soviet forum for Communist parties, the Union of Communist Parties-Communist Party of the Soviet Union (SKP-KPSS).6
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 Moldova Azi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
It is expected that the largest opposition faction "Democratic Moldova" will move its candidate or the remaining part of the Communist faction (22 persons), which were not included into the initiative group, have the right to move their own candidate.
A special commission, consisting of nine Parliamentaries, was set up for this purpose: five from the Party of Communists, two from the Democratic Moldova, one from the Christian Democratic Popular Party and one from the Democratic Party.
The Parliamentary faction of the Communist Party of the Republic of Moldova will move the Incumbent RM President for the post of the RM President.
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The pro-Russian Democratic Moldova Bloc (BMD) was composed of 16 centrist and centre-right parties.
The oldest political party, the Social Democratic Party of Moldova (PSDM), set up in 1991, was seeking to surpass the six per cent threshold required to enter parliament and was reportedly expected to obtain a seat under its new leader, Mr.
The party retained its majority in parliament with 56 seats, although it was five short of the 61 seats required to elect the president.
www.ipu.org /parline-e/reports/2215_E.htm   (577 words)

 Moldova - The 1990 Elections
In 1990 the republic was divided by the secession of separatist regions and by the outbreak of widespread fighting in Transnistria.
In June 1990, the country changed its name from the Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic to the Soviet Socialist Republic of Moldova and declared its sovereignty.
The Popular Front's new program called for the country to be renamed the Romanian Republic of Moldova, for its citizens to be called "Romanians," and for the Romanian language to be designated the language of the republic.
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Bondarenco "Communist Party of the Republic of Moldova - 10 year of advance.
Tendencies to the integration of the Republic of Moldova in European Community.
When elaborating their dissertations, the students are proposed a range of topics, analysed and approved by the chairs at the beginning of academic year.
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Party abbreviations: ADU = Agrarian Democratic Union; PCM = Partidul Comministilor din Republica Moldova (Communist Party of Moldova, communist); PRCM = Partidul Renasterii ci Concilierii din Moldova (Party of Rivival and Conciliation of Moldova, center-right);
Party abbreviations: CPSU = Communist Party of Transdniestria (communist, spliter from CPWT); CPWT = Communist Party of Workers of Transdniestria (communist, authoritarian, est.1993);
Party abbreviations: DPM = Democratic Party of Moldova (DPM); GH = Gagauz-Halky (Gagauz Nation, Gagauz nationalist/regionalist); PCM = Partidul Comministilor din Republica Moldova (Communist Party of Moldova, communist);
www.worldstatesmen.org /Moldova.htm   (1469 words)

 Open letter to President Voronin
Finally-- with almost anyone able bodied or with a skill in Moldova gone to the West to work illegally-- the old people have had enough of dragging their old bones to vote to settle all this political brouhaha with never any positive change in the economic situation.
The Republic of Moldova is the common and indivisible motherland of all her citizens."
The people’s-power party benefactors claim for ceding of our Republic to Moldova, to liquidate our ethnic and linguistic equality, to put the two-billion (in USD) debt of Moldova on many generations of Dniestrians, to cancel the Constitution for which the people voted.
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 USAID Europe and Eurasia: Moldova
The key challenge for achieving economic growth is the fact that Moldova remains one of the poorest countries in the region.
In the mid-1990s, Moldova made considerable progress in democratization and economic development, particularly in reforming the agricultural sector.
This led to popular dissatisfaction with the previous government, and to the victory of the Communist Party in the February 2001 elections.
www.usaid.gov /locations/europe_eurasia/countries/md   (992 words)

 CNN.com - World News: Election Watch
Assembly: Moldova has a unicameral Parliament (Parlamentul) with 101 seats.
The president is elected by secret vote by the members of the Parliament for a four year term.
At least 50% of registered voters must participate in the election for the poll to be deemed valid.
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The new government was supported by 75 MPs of the Communist Party and the Braghis Alliance
Communist parliamentarian, has become a 'full-time' Deputy Premier.
Chairman of the Commission for Culture and the Mass Media in the previous Parliament.
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